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Is «Israel» Prepared for War?

Darko Lazar The appearance of cracks in the “Israeli” military’s armor can be traced back to the 1980’s with the birth of popular resistance to its invasion of Lebanon. By 2006, its aura of invincibility was shattered as Hezbollah defeated ‘one of the world’s strongest armies’ forever altering the region’s ...

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Israeli settlers set up unauthorized outpost in northern West Bank

A group of Israeli settlers have established an unauthorized outpost in the northern part of the occupied West Bank in the latest move that would likely make it difficult for local Palestinians to gain access to their nearby land. The coordinator for the popular anti-settlement committee south of Nablus, Bashar al-Qaryouti, told Arabic-language ...

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UN Warns: Gaza on Verge of Total Collapse

The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nikolay Mladenov, warned that the besieged Gaza Strip is on the verge of total economic and social collapse. Mladenov stressed that half of Gaza’s population suffers from unemployment and that basic services are severely overstretched. He further welcomed a ...

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Palestinian Martyred, Several Injured on ’Great March of Return’

One Palestinian was martyred and at least ten others were injured with “Israeli” live bullets on the 18th Friday of the “Great March of Return” in the besieged Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza confirmed that Ghazi Muhammad Abu Mustafa, 43, succumbed to wounds he sustained with ...

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Palestine UN envoy censures Israel’s controversial law approval

Palestine’s envoy to the United Nations Riyad Mansour says the Israeli regime has created an apartheid state in the occupied territories by approving “the Jewish nation-state law.” Speaking at a UN Security Council meeting on the Middle East on Tuesday, Mansour said the Tel Aviv regime had adopted the role ...

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Pakistan Election Rally Attack: Death Toll Hits 128

The toll from a suicide attack at an election rally in southwestern Pakistan in the second election-related attack on Friday hit 128 people killed, officials said, amid growing tensions over ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s return ahead of the July 25 vote. The bombing was the most deadly attack in ...

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50 Palestinians Wounded at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus

At least 50 Palestinians were injured in clashes that broke out after hundreds of settlers stormed the settlement of Joseph’s Tomb, east of Nablus.   Palestine Today cited security and medical sources as saying hundreds of Zionist settlers stormed the Tomb at 2:00 a.m. under tight protection of several groups ...

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Netanyahu Meets Abdullah II in Amman

As part of the continuous normalization with the apartheid “Israeli” entity, Jordan’s King Abdullah II received in Amman on Monday the Zionist Premiere Benjamin Netanyahu. According to a statement from Netanyahu’s office, the two men “discussed regional developments, advancing the “peace process” and bilateral relations.” This comes after tension escalated ...

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3 Palestinians Injured by Zionist Raids on Gaza

Three Palestinian were wounded Sunday by Zionist raids east of al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.   Local Palestinian sources reported that Zionist military spy planes targeted Palestinian young men while firing incendiary kite bombs, which led to their injury and were taken to hospital for treatment.   ...

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IDF Claims Explosive Palestinian Balloon Airstrike Prevented

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Saturday inflicted a warning air strike on a group of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, which were preparing to send a batch of explosive balloons over the border into Israel, a IDF spokesperson said. “Moments ago, the IDF identified a group of Palestinians preparing balloons ...

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